|||East Street Motors, 28 East Street (City Centre) (2 comments)
Image shows a man on step-ladders as he appears to attend to the sign above the windows of a garage. The garage is East Street Motors of number 28 East Street. A sign in the window advertises 'Quality Cars'. In the background, left, a large square chimney looms which is located in Waddington's Yard, between East Street and the River Aire. As well as the chimney, an engineering works and a joinery business are marked in the yard on the OS map dated July 1968. Access to Waddington's Yard is from Crown Point Road.
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|||Stourton, Aerial View (Stourton) (22 comments)
Aerial view looking south west across the Stourton/Hunslet area. On the left, a railway line can be seen crossing over Wakefield Road. The factory of John Waddington, printer, can be seen. It was here that the game 'Monopoly' was produced in the UK.
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|||Waddington Bath, Gledhow Valley (Gledhow)
|25th June 1928.
Built in 1671 by Edward Waddington of Gledhow, this bath house still stands in Gledhow Valley Woods. A date stone with Latin inscription has these details. Leeds historian Ralph Thoresby described the spring as a very curious cold spring.
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|||Waddingtons factory opening (Lofthouse) (1 comment)
|10th December 1969
View of Queenie Fields, the cleaner opening the £80,000 factory for John Waddington (Games Division) at Woodlesford. The managing director Victor Watson is on her left. The company was founded in the 1890s aand sold its games interests to Hasbro in 1994
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